4G spectrum auction in third quarter, no iwi allocation

Thu, 21 Feb 2013

Feb. 21 (BusinessDesk) - The government will auction allocations for the radio spectrum band being set aside for fourth-generation, or 4G, mobile phones in the third quarter of the year, but won't have a sweetener for iwi. Communications Minister Amy Adams said the auction process for the 700 megahertz bandwidth coming free from the switch-over to digital television broadcasting has been approved by Cabinet, and the blocks will be set according to the Asia Pacific Telecommunity band plan. The auction design will be organised over the next few...
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